LesiU, MaXyM, you're not improving the quality of any mod, you're looking to remove mods (when we were talking about conversions) or features (like HDR profiles) in their entirety. Looking for higher quality mods is generally a fine goal. With the removal of mods or features you're not adding any higher quality mods, you're just getting rid of those not meeting your, once again: subjective, quality standards. That's like trying to improve the mean income in a society by murdering anyone below it. You're not actually improving anyone's mean income/any mod's quality, you're just removing the less fortune ones. Hence why I suggested writing a tutorial instead of a rant to the developers on they, from your perspective, messed up. Tell me how to properly set up my HDR profiles. Tell me when I should use HDR profiles. Actually use your superior knowledge about the issue to help people build better tracks instead of just ranting at others. Come on, be productive and actually help improve the quality of I've got a track that is around 50% surrounded by mountains, at an altitude of 580 meters. So far I was just going to keep the default HDR profile and not fiddle with it. Suggestions on how I could use HDR profiles to make the track fit its location more?